Le Chateau Motel
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... interesting to drive. Lucky for me Jim has driven all
the way since being on US 101. If he can drive all these miles on this road he
can drive anywhere! The road will be straight and nice for maybe 5 miles then
very, very curvy and hilly for 20 miles or more. The curves are very sharp with
slow inclines then steep downgrades along with more sharp curves. I was so glad
he was driving!
We drove down the wonderfully scenic route 101 along the coast of Oregon. Ahhhh, such beauty! The coast is rocky, rugged, windy and undeveloped-NICE! We stumbled upon the Carl Washburne State Park in Florence. They had one spot left for the night and we sure lucked out with the location. We walked the tree ...
... to get the cash which must be in the exact amount! Then it's $3.50 a load to wash and $2.00 a load to dry. They even charge you to use the toilet here!
Oh well, that chore is done!
Mike played beautician this morning and colored my hair for me so that chore is also done!
He went and picked up his race packet. Tomorrow is the big day. ...
... we are out of the fog and it is a beautiful sight to look down where we have been. It is a very short walk to a Stone Shelter and back to the parking lot.
Our next stop is the Heceta Lighthouse and Bridge. Again, down at sea level it is quite foggy. We hiked up to the lighthouse and took the tour.
At 2:00 we arrived at our Motel in ...
... Oregon and would have stayed; Harlan enjoyed it, but wanted to get back to Colorado. That’s enough strolling down memory lane……
I’d also planned for us to view a couple of covered bridges, but travel was slow because of all the traffic, and we decided the covered bridges would wait another day. As we pulled into Winchester Bay Harlan and I were discussing where to eat dinner. Judy jumped out ...